Our clamping rails are a tried and tested element for the safe mounting of electric motors of the most varied drive types, motor sizes and outputs.
Cast iron versions are preferable with high stability and good damping. Clamping rails or motor slides made of steel are more economical and may be sufficient for simple applications.
The most common motor clamping unit is the motor clamping rail according to DIN 42923. The "DIN clamping rail" is characterized by the optimised product properties and a large variety of designs.
Clamping rails "light version" is similar to the DIN42932 standard, but some dimensions do differ from the standard clamping rail.
The trend towards larger and more powerful drives has led to an increased demand for heavier motor mounts and clamping systems. The heavy-version series is the ideal addition to the motorised clamping rail according to DIN 42932.
Motor clamping rails made of sheet steel are the inexpensive variant for standard belt drives. The high-quality galvanized surface guarantees corrosion resistance and durability.
The MW 8 is the universal motor base for friction belt drives of 7.5 to 45 kW motors.
Motorized clamping slides made of sheet steel are a simple alternative to conventional clamping rails. The motor is screwed directly onto the mounted tensioning slide and the belt drive is tensioned by adjusting the steel plates on the base level of the slide.
Industries and areas of application
Individual production and stockpiling of standard products
With a low degree of standardisation, FLOHR's clamping elements are cast from grey cast iron in its own factory in Germany and then machined. Commercially available motor clamping systems can be supplied directly in larger quantities through cooperation with sales partners. We have a large stock of all types and can usually deliver directly from stock.
We will be happy to support you in the optimal selection of your motor clamping system.